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could reach 60 to 70 miles per hour. >> even the head of fema said this is a slow-moving storm dumping lots of rain in those areas. gets go to george howell in kill devil hills, and yes, it continues. you continue to get pummelled there pretty badly, george. have you seen anybody who has ventured out in your purview? >> no. just us. we're out here, everyone is inside, everyone is making sure to stay out of the way of this thing because it is pretty rough out here. the winds come and go. we've seen gusts 40 miles an hour-plus. and i just spoke with officials of dare county and emergency management, and they said, look, this is going to be a touchy situation through the night. they expect the winds to get stronger. we are on that area of land, that part of the state that juts out into the atlantic. the storm is moving up and then we lose the metropolitan area, but as it gets closer to us, we're getting closer to the stronger winds in that wind field. that's the big worry out here. and also as these winds start to shift. so it was coming to the eafrom now it's coming from the north and th
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